VILLAGE OF HANOVER PARK
2121 LAKE STREET
HANOVER PARK, ILLINOIS 60133
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Updated: July 22, 2021
Job Classification: Part-time Firefighter/EMT
The Village of Hanover Park Fire Department is accepting applications for Part-time Firefighter/EMT. Candidates must complete a Village of Hanover Park job application (located here) and the NTN written exam in order to be considered for the job.
The Village of Hanover Park also provides an orientation for interested candidates that can be found here.
Salary Information: $18.87/hour for an EMT; $20.08/hour for a Paramedic
Contact Information: Dan NicholsonBatallion Chief630firstname.lastname@example.org
Dawn ScottHuman Resources Generalist630.email@example.com
Department Overview: OUR MISSION: To achieve excellence in fire prevention and emergency service by maintaining the highest standards in education, training and dedication and believing in the honor, sacrifice and duty of our calling so that we will provide the highest degree of safety and security to our community.
The Hanover Park Fire Department provides fire, rescue, and emergency medical services to the residents and visitors of the Village of Hanover Park and surrounding unincorporated areas. The Hanover Park Fire Department was created on July 1, 2000 when the Village assumed control of the Hanover Park Fire Protection District, previously called the Ontarioville Fire Protection District.
The Fire Department is staffed by dedicated professionals available to respond to calls for service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Hanover Park Fire Department has an Insurance Services Office (ISO) Class 2 rating.The Hanover Park Fire Department has a progressive training program. From the time a person is accepted into the ranks as a firefighter their training begins. Due to the wide array of emergencies we respond to, we require our firefighters to have knowledge and understanding of every aspect of the job of fire suppression, rescue, and emergency medical services.
City Information: Hanover Park is in both Cook and Dupage counties
Age: 21 years of age, or at least 20 years of age with two years of college course work in Fire Science, or a related field
Citizenship Required: Yes
High School Grad/GED: Yes
Valid ILLINOIS Driver's License: Need a valid license and the ability to obtain an Illinois Driver's license after being hired
Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes
Vision: 20/20 with a corrective lens
Academy Certification: No, candidates hired will be sent to the Romeosville Fire Academy if they don't have a BOF or FF II certification.
Prior Experience: None needed
Necessary Certifications: Must hold a license as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or be enrolled in an EMT course. Must be licensed EMT by the date of the preliminary eligibility list. Valid CPAT card with ladder climb: required on the date of a conditional job offer. The CPAT test cannot be more than 1 year old.